Anyone stuck in the idea that in order to become the best version of themselves.. in order to have all that they want and deserve from life, they will have to sacrifice what they do have.. That they risk losing this for that.. is just engaging in self deception.
A person with an open throat chakra is able above all, to demand what they’re worth from the world. The clearer you are in framing your ‘demand’ to the world, the clearer you are in setting your boundaries and expressing your desires. Recognition is one of our primal needs as social beings. The throat ‘chakra’ has a huge role to play in this regard.
That superhuman state that so many people who are operating at their peak performance on a consistent basis seem to be, is a state of perfect sync with their highest intentions on how to utilize the life that has been given to them by God.
‘Jala’ meaning ‘Water’ and ‘Neti’ meaning ‘To guide’.
This is an ancient art used frequently by ‘yogis’ to keep their nasal passages clean; a very important prerequisite to practice ‘Pranayama’ or breathing exercises.
How does it work?
It works by guiding lukewarm water (with a pinch of salt) through the sinuses, using a ‘neti pot’.
Once you tap into the supreme understanding that all of life is one, it become easy to forgive just as easy it becomes to be fearless. This ultimately opens up your heart-centre and allows energy to move upwards. It also allows healing energy from the heart-centre to radiate outwards and make you a more approachable, attractive and desirable individual.
It’s not what happens to you that separates you from the rest. It is what you do about everything that happens to you. How you react to things, how you keep believing in yourself when others can’t see it because they won’t.. it’s your dream. It was given to you.
You want to ride that raging bull. You want to surf that towering wave. You want to jump on top of that wild stallion and race away into the sunset. You don’t want to live a life that constantly leaves you feeling there could be a lot more to it. You want to discover how far you can go and with each step go farthest from where you’ve ever been.
What leads you to seek out an answer for something?
Is it the presence of clarity that leads us to look at things and question them in this way?
Or is it the presence of confusion that overwhelms you with an urgency to seek answers?
Don’t suppress your inner artist for fear of judgement. This is the key to unlocking the power of the Sacral Chakra. On the flipside, indulge your senses in the creation you are surrounded by but don’t lose yourself. Remember your true essence extends far beyond what meets the eye.
If you can be half the person you wanted to be as a kid you’ll probably be ten times the person you are going to be, at the rate that you are moving, to the place you are moving!
If you can do HALF of the things you wanted to as a kid, consider yourself TWICE as successful as the most successful man you know!
Red also has associations with fear and threatening situations (survival remember?). If this chakra is not strong you will have issues with fear, anxiety. One would be defensive and not trusting thus, blocking the energy of the chakras after it.
Focusing inwards is painstakingly slow process because primates have a natural temperament of socializing and exploration. However, no one can disagree that as the means have increased in the course of human evolution, the disconnect with the self has only heightened.
In his texts, Vishnudevananda has described the Kundalini energy to exist coiled between the Solar Plexus and Sacral Chakra.
That is very interesting because it diverges somewhat from the classical tantra texts
that describe the kundalini energy to exist at the base of the spine at the Mooladhara or Root Chakra.